Sharp Brains: Brain Fitness and Cognitive Health News

Neuroplasticity, Brain Fitness and Cognitive Health News


Hello: may we ask…

…a few questions: how did you find us, what we are doing well, what we can do better?

We have just found out that more than 600 people are receiving our feeds, but we only know-and just a bit- the 50-60 who leave comments and link to us. We enjoy having so many readers not just in the US but in Europe, the Middle East, Asia, Australia…(thanks Google Analytics!).

Would you mind writing a comment to allow us to learn about you and your interests, and also include your feedback for us? If you have a blog, please write the URL so we can pay a visit.

Enjoy the weekend, and thanks a lot for your time and attention!

Caroline and Alvaro

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8 Responses

  1. Michael Jamison says:

    I lift weights and swim. Why not exercise my brain, too?

  2. Pierre dV says:

    I found you via the Cognitive Daily link to the Encephalon story.

    I’m a lapsed physicst and recovering technologist trying to learn about cognitive science, and its applications to decision making.

    My blog:

  3. BenP says:

    I a brain lover, so keep talking about brain. I’m not helping you a lot !…

  4. Alvaro says:

    Thanks Michael, Pierre and Ben! we will keep writing good stuff-and feel free to offer suggestions/ ask questions.

    Pierre: you are familiar with Damasio’s work, right?

  5. Deb Peterson says:

    I’ve been taking care of my mother, who has Alzheimer’s, for the past two years, and I’m especially interested in any news about brain health and fitness. This is a very neat site!! I found you through Technorati and have subscribed to your feed.

  6. Alvaro says:

    Hi Deb, thanks. Have you checked the materials published by the Alzheimer’s Foundation? they have some great guides with activities you could be using with your mother.

    Regards-and feel free to ask any questions.

  7. Pam Atwood says:

    Hello! I met Dr. Goldberg through my volunteer work with New England Cognitive Center (I’m a member of their research committee). Here at Hebrew Health Care in West Hartford CT we have a Brain GYMM site. As a gerontologist, and as a dementia care specialist,I have diverse interests in brain health. Was on the site today seeking info for a family request re: cognitive programs for kids. I found you through Google. Thanks for your good work!

  8. Alvaro says:

    Hi Pam, nice to “meet” you!

    Yes, we know the grat work NECC is doing. Feel free to contact us with any feedback or suggestion, and share your own experiences.

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